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f the Northern States is six or seven per cent. The usury laws, if they have any effect, are a prejudice to the borrower. Some of the State Legislatures, at their next session, will, it is supposed, revise their legislation on this subject. The first of October is at hand, when the Banks that have the option of the Government loan to the extent of a hundred millions more, will, according to their agreement with the Treasury, either take or decline the fifty millions wanting on the 10th of October. The probability is that the individual subscriptions will be so large as to encourage the Banks to sustain the Government until Congress shall meet. A number of rich corporations also intend to take portions of the loan, and a part may also be taken on foreign account. The Government is sending large sums in demand Treasury notes to the West for the supply and movement of bodies of troops.--The chief theatre of action soon is likely to be in the West, on the Mississippi and on the